Negligence

Child Sustenance of Injury inside a Schoolbus

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

Expecting that your kid is in good hands after letting the school management to take responsibility is usual. May it be letting your child being under teacher’s care or passing him up on a schoolbus. Upon trusting the school management your child, parents usually erase their bad thoughts as school seemed to be a trust-worthy institute especially when handling children. And unexpectedly, a personel call you stating that your child has been injured in a school bus accident and you don’t know what to actually do.

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Factors of Construction Accidents

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

All workplaces even the minimalist and seemed to be the simple one such as offices still have naturally existing risks. This are caused by the environment’s inorganization, human errors, and even negligence of either employer or employee in general.

Especially in work places where it is an industrial environment such as a construction site. Expectedly, there are numerous factors that could cause an either major or minor accident ranging from mentioned causes such as human error up to environment and nature of work and results’ severity is determined by how many factors has been involved and what the current condition of the person being caught up in the recent accident.

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What are Major Accidents?

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

A car accident could only result in two forms, major and minor accidents. Sometimes, it is confusing how to identify which is which and what proper respond should people involved in the accident must do essentially. In this blog, we are going to differentiate minor and major accidents, how to identify one, and what legal actions could an individual involved as a victim could do.

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Filing a Claim for the Loss of Enjoyment of Life

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

In a personal injury claim, there are forms of damages that defendant is liable at. It is divided into two wide categories, namely, economic damages where it is a liability held by the at-fault side in which it involves objective, countable, and/or verifiable monetary losses such as possible total medical expenses, property loss, possible earnings lost, cost of amendments, repairs, and etc. While, non-economic damages on the other hand, are opposite to economic damages, wherein it involves non-tangible matters and has subjective values such as emotional turmoil, mental damages and trauma, physical disabilities, loss of companionship, injury to reputation, and loss of enjoyment of life.

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Gross Negligence in Ohio

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

In a personal injury lawsuit, there are elements that had to be considered and checked thoroughly as filing a lawsuit in most states is meticolous. Some of these elements are known commonly as sense of liability of the at-fault driver, evident or existing damage, the negligence resulted in sustenance of injury, and negligence itself. Though the word negligence is divided into two terms, negligence and gross negligence.

In this blog, we are going to discuss what is gross negligence and its difference between ordinary negligence for people who are within experiencing lawsuit should know terms and avoid confusion between the two.

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Prevention of Struck-By Injuries in Construction Work Places

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

In a construction site, one thing that is constantly present is the equipment called crane or similar to that. A crane is a type of heavy machinery, usually distinguishable by having a hoist, wire, or chains as a rope or as a connecting tool between the hook. It is usually used to lift or lower materials as well as move them horizontally, especially heavy objects needing of transport from a place to another but not everything a crane can handle, usually enlongated and open ended heavy objects.

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Construction Site Facts that Employee Should Know

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

According to studies, among all massive working industries, constructions has the highest injury and fatality rate, followed by education, health services, and agriculture. According to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)’s reports, one in every ten construction workers are injuredevery year and there are around 150,000 construction site accident cases that has led to injuries according to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

This blog will be serving few construction site facts that an employee should know given the current posing risks of the said workplace. If one of your family member or friends or even yourself, works in a construction site, then this is for you.

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Common Types of Construction Accidents

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

Given that there are multiple risks existing in a construction site, sustaining injuries or illness would be possible and it is evident as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reported that one in ten construction site workers are injured every year and in related to this there are around 150,000 injuries sustained by workers from consturction site accidents yearly according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

In this blog, we will stipulate few common types of accidents occurring inside a construction site to watch out for and will give out legal advice on the latter specifically, how an injury lawyer could help victims of construction site accidents.

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Crash Accidents in Construction Sites

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

There are many injuries that could be sustained in a construction place given that there are more than seven million people who were employed to the sector of construction in U.S. just last year, which is in fact there was a slight decrease observed few months back then. There are dozens of factors that could contribute in an event of accident inside a workplace, especially construction sites where there are many hazards present such as tools and even its settings itself could be a factor of sustenance of injury.

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How to Deal With a Tailgater

By Thomas Ryan | Negligence

In road, there are various risks that a driver and vehicle occupants will be exposed to and these risks are caused by multiple factors. Usually these factors are generally identified as mechanical errors, environmental factors, and lastly, human errors. All of these factors are deal wide range of damage which commonly results in sustenance of injuries and even death. Human errors have high fatality as the driver itself is the cause of the accident, some examples are drunk driving, drugged driving, aggressive driving, and tail gating.

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